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Segers Aero Corp is proud to have served the aviation industry since the 70s. The company is located on the Gulf Coast of the United States in the town of Fairhope, Alabama. Segers Aero Corp is seeking resourceful individuals to work as Accessory Shop Mechanics. This position is for Segers Aero Corp located in Fairhope, Al.





  • Acquires information from production boards, reports and any other additional information given by supervisor and/or lead for daily/weekly production goals
  • Locates the accessory work order from the assigned production rack
  • Properly logs into ETS using the correct operation code
  • Reviews the work scope as directed by Sales upon induction
  • Locates the correct manual and tooling equipment to completed evaluation
  • Reviews and interprets the overhaul manual(OHM) to accurately diagnose the defect listed identified by Sales or adhere to the correct engine work scope and/or customer SOP
  • Completes preliminary inspection: Inspect unit for any incoming damages or numerical errors (part/serial numbers, descriptions, status etc.) as well as missing or incorrect parts received. Inform lead of any discrepancies found.
  • Bench test unit as applicable to confirm report from Sales/Customer.
  • Properly disassembles the until according to the overhaul manual; using the correct tooling equipment required and following any standard aviation procedures/practices
  • Visually inspects piece parts for any defects listed by the overhaul manual and/or any aviation standard practice
  • Measures any item indicated by the inspection section using micrometers, calipers and/or any other approved measuring equipment
  • Assigns the correct routing for any rework item by completing the required IW in accordance with the company standards
  • Accurately logs inspection report into company specific software and completes the unit’s evaluation
  • Completes any final calibrations/testing required per the overhaul manual with the Accessory Shop Quality Inspector, as required.
  • Ensures the all piece parts, tags and paperwork are properly identified and completed for Final Inspection
  • Properly preserves the unit in accordance with the overhaul manual or standard aviation practices as required.
  • Ensures units are properly mounted on shipping boards if required
  • Ensures caps, plugs, covers, and tags (e.g. WARNING and CAUTION tags) are properly installed before shipping
  • Maintains a clean workstation free from Foreign Object and/or Debris(FOD), ensures tooling is properly stored
  • Maintains a clean/safe workspace free from spills or obstruction which may lead to harm
  • Travels as required
  • Confers with lead/supervisor to recommend changes such as: equipment utilization, production methods and procedures to increase efficiency of department and promote improvement
  • Attends all safety and health training, as required, in a timely manner
  • Works when scheduled and complies with company attendance policy
  • Works overtime as needed
  • Observes and practices all safety procedures and personal policies (e.g. Safety-glasses, ear plugs, face shields etc.)
  • Other duties as required.
  • (Frequently exposed to moving mechanical parts and occasionally exposed to fumes or airborne particles and vibration. Noise is generally loud.)


  • High School Diploma or GED required.
  • 1 year of professional mechanical aviation experience or completion of Aviation School required.
  • 3 years of experience performing maintenance on components in a MRO environment preferred.
  • Must pass a criminal background check and DOT drug screen and comply with all FAA regulations.
  • A&P license or FAA Power Plant Rating preferred.
  • Must strive to continuously develop skills and pursue training opportunities. 
  • Must provide and maintain tool box in accordance with Segers’ Tool Control Plan
  • Must be proficient in using a variety of hand tools, special tools, and GSE required to perform assigned maintenance tasks
  • Must be able to maintain an effective working relationship with, and among co-workers and supervisors
  • Must be able to work with little or no supervision and to take initiative
  • Must be able to use applied knowledge to formulate positive solutions to problem situations
  • Must be able to apply common sense
  • Must be able to effectively read, write and communicate in English
  • Must be proficient in company specific software
  • Must be able to add, subtract, multiply and divide, using fractions and decimals; compute percentages, ratios, rates and interpret graphs 
  • Must be able to comply with OSHA requirements and standards to properly wear all applicable PPE
  • Must have knowledge of precision measuring tools/equipment (dimensional and electrical)
  • May be required to see within normal range of vision with or without corrective lenses
  • May be required to hear running machinery
  • May be required to use hands, wrists, and fingers repetitively
  • May be required to have exceptional hand-eye coordination
  • May be required to stand, walk, climb stairs, reach overhead, squat, bend, twist, stoop, kneel as needed for 8+ hours per day. 
  • May be required to lift and carry up to 50 lbs. repetitively with or without assistance as needed for 8+ hours per day. 
  • Ability to provide verifications of US citizenship or permanent residency to satisfy ITAR/EAR restrictions 


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